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Simple Food Photography Tips to get you started on taking food photos for your blog
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Recently we were asked by We Teach Social to share our best blogging tip. Today it dawned on us that you deserve the tips too. Going forward we will be adding more tips, tools and strategies to help you in any way we can. Now that we think about it sure these food photography tips will prove useful to you for any food photos you take, food blog or not.

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This is such a tasty lunch or afternoon snack, that's it worth mentioning. It's simple too with ingredients that are usually part of a healthy kitchen like ours and hopefully yours. Trust us you'll have it as one of your favourites. 

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We're only using the solid part (ok so soft) part from the refrigerated coconut cream. You can always use the coconut water left behind in smoothies. It's not something we do as the coconut cream we use has xanthan gum in it, but it's the best tasting one in Ireland so far. Plus it clearly states it's suitable for vegan and gluten-free. 

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For a more refreshing taste, you can freeze the coconut water in ice cube trays and use the coconut ice cubes the next morning in your juice.

Sweet Potato Crisps

15 June, 2015

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Make room in your dehydrator when you're making a batch of dried foods for these so they are at the ready to use when needed.

These sweet potato crackers are so simple to make too, sometimes we dip them in homemade dried vegetable stock as they are wettish when they come out of the food processor. Definitely a handy alternative for you if you're tired of using crackers when you're snacking on hummus. 

 

 

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